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News - December 13, 2013

Commissioners push for more traffic data

Palo Alto transportation planners cite progress in developing new, data-driven model for predicting traffic

by Jocelyn Dong

Palo Alto residents' ongoing frustration over worsening traffic surfaced again Wednesday night, even as city transportation planners tried to explain what they're doing to meet the public's rising demand for more accurate and informed traffic analyses.

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Editor Jocelyn Dong can be emailed at jdong@paweekly.com.

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